Found April 18, 2012 on D Wizzle's World:
Here's a funny video of Spurs' guard Tony Parker doing a sweet crossover on Lakers' Ramon Sessions for a layup but look at the Lakers' bench as Jordan Hill is seen clapping after Parker makes the shot.Is that awkward or what? It's alright if you are a Lakers' fan and can appreciate the talents of an opposing team but for a teammate of Sessions to applaud after a made shot by the opponent is wrong and unprofessional.

Lakers Jordan Hill claps after Tony Parker lay-up (Video)

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